Alex Barnett's blog

The blog of Alex Barnett

October, 2005

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    Blogger survey results in by Technorati / Edelman

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    Results from the Edelman/Technorati blog survey have just been emailed to me via Richard Edelman himself , according the email address .I was one study respondees and opted-in for a ping when they went live). The study was targeted at bloggers (remember...
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    Marketers must give up (more) control

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    Mark Baartse : RSS : Lose control over the medium, the ability to “push” at will. Gain customers that truly want your messages - the ultimate opt-in medium. transforming marketer controlled push (such as DM and email) into user controlled push...
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    What is Ning?

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    Jim Bumgardner explains why Marc Andreesen's latest project, Ning , could be a big a Web 2.0 deal: "So what’s Ning? Ning is an uber-authoring tool that enables people to build these kinds of sites. The Ning folks have built an authoring tool,...
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    Peter Jackson to produce Halo movie

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    Daily Game : "The film is currently targeted for a Summer 2007 worldwide release. Although Jackson will not direct the film, Jackson and Walsh will provide creative counsel on all aspects of the film via their WingNut Films banner, and Jackson...
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    RSS spam

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    The following post by Stephen Baker reminded me of something I saw the other day: "My colleague Rob Hof has been complaining about a new kind of comment spam at Tech Beat that appears to be personalized. It focuses on the content of the post. I...
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    'The web as platform is the next great movement for digital identity'

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    Eric Nolin : "The web as platform is the next great movement for digital identity. While digital identity has started the long hard slog into the enterprise (a journey that will take the next several years), we've barely opened the door to identity...
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    Alex Barnett blog - the movie

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    I've just uploaded my first movie. It uses images I've posted on this blog from December of 2003 to end of September 2005 . You can view (<3 mins long) within a webpage or download ( .wmv 5mb ). Enjoy (or not as the case may be). (Btw, was made...
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    Re: Web 2.0: Jakob Nielsen suggests we all get back down to basics.

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    Re: Web 2.0 , Jakob Nielsen suggests we all get back down to basics . "...This year's list of top problems clearly proves the need to get back to Web design basics. There's much talk about new fancy "Web 2.0" features on the Internet industry...
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    Scobleizer makes Dilbert

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    Rick Segal is convinced Robert el Scobleizer is the character in today's Dilbert.
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    excited.

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    Tommy Williams of the Microsoft WinFS team is cautiously excited: "I’ve been excited by what I have seen internally, but as much as we hear about Steve Jobs’s reality distortion field, there’s one at least as strong inside the buildings at Microsoft...
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    First AJAX, now AFLAX?

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    So what is all this XAML-based AFLAX I've been hearing about the last couple of days and what of it? Fooshen seems excited : "Web development has certainly comes a long way. Check out this product: XAMLON ( http://www.xamlon.com/software/xamlonpro...
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    Web 2.0 Design Patterns (or Principles)

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    Chris Anderson must think I'm stalking him or something...I keep pointing to his posts. But if he keep writing such great stuff, what else can I do? Yesterday Chris wrote around how the Long Tail relates to the definition of Web 2.0 (see Tim O'Reilly...
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